Re: Connection to database and cluster database RACDB as user sys failed.

According to *Oracle® Enterprise Manager Administration 10g Release 5
(10.2.0.5)*,
http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B16240_01/doc/em.102/e14586/user_setup.htm#BABCFBCA,
there is a Super Administrator account, SYSMAN.  Quoting the documentation,
The super administrator account can manage all other administrator accounts
and set up all administrator credentials. The super administrator can:

   -

   Create Enterprise Manager privileges and roles
   -

   Perform the initial setup of Enterprise Manager, for example, defining
   e-mail configurations and defining global notifications rules
   -

   Add targets to Enterprise Manager
   -

   Perform any action on any target in the system

Oracle recommends that you create an administrator account for each
individual user. The super administrator account should not be used to
conduct daily administration tasks.

Perhaps this is the account you must logged in with?

v/r,

Gus

On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 3:07 PM, Guillermo Alan Bort
<cicciuxdba@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> Listers,
>
>   I find myself at a loss right now.
>
> this is an 11g EM (11.1.0.1.0) on Linux x86_64. I am trying to connect to
> the 'services' page of a cluster (10.2.0.4.0) of 4 nodes.
>
> I connect to the EM, then go to targets, Databases, click on RACDB, then
> the availability tab, then cluster managed service database. Then it asks to
> specify both an OS and a DB user. The db user needs to be sysdba. So I
> provide the 'oracle' credentials and the 'sys' credentials and I get
> Connection to database and cluster database RACDB as user sys failed.
>
> This is consistently happening.
>
> I am certain that the password I am using for both the sys and oracle users
> are correct. (connecting from sqlplus and toad works ok)
>
> I tried to create a new sysdba users with the dba and connect roles and I
> got the same error.
>
> from the OMS server I am unable to connect using sql*plus because the
> target host does not exist. I checked and the OMS home does not have a
> tnsnames file. I assume that since the target was configured and is
> otherwise working flawlessly, this has nothing to do with that.
>
> I checked and I have both access to the listener and agent port. The same
> with ssh port.
>
> I tried google and metalink, but the error is too generic and neither was
> much help. Is there a log or a trace I can enable or something to see a more
> detailed error?
>
> thanks in advance
>
>
> Alan.-
>

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